Lovettsville is the only town or village in Loudoun County, Virginia with a museum dedicated to preserving its own civic history. We are committed to preserving and promoting the history and heritage of the Town of Lovettsville and the surrounding area known as "The German Settlement." Displayed are various artifacts, photographs, documentation, household articles, tools, genealogy and other historical information pertaining to the local history within the Lovettsville Museum. The Lovettsville Historical Society offers research resources and assistance. We are located at 4 East Pennsylvania Avenue, next to Town Hall, open Saturdays 1:00-4:00 or by appointment.
Attend our popular monthly history lectures at St. James UCC in Lovettsville. Visit us online to see the upcoming schedule of lectures at www.LovettsvilleHistoricalSociety.org.
The Lovettsville Historical Society & Museum also publishes a free monthly email newsletter with feature articles pulled from the scrapbooks in our museum's archives, plus announcements of upcoming local history lectures, and events of local interest. Don't miss out on the fun! Email [email protected] and ask to be added to our e-Mailing List.
Support the mission of the Lovettsville Historical Society & Museum to protect and preserve the history and heritage of Lovettsville, the German Settlement, and our unique corner of Loudoun County, Virginia. Use the handy DONATE button at the top of our page at https://www.facebook.com/LovettsvilleHistoricalSocietyAndMuseum/
Or visit the Membership & Support page of our website at http://www.lovettsvillehistoricalsociety.org/index.php/membership-support/
The Lovettsville Historical Society, Inc. is an all-volunteer, tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to the Society, and membership dues, are tax-deductible under the Internal Revenue Code.
Contact us at [email protected].